- Living Well and Dying Well moving to Mondays 11AM
- Join Norman de Vall for the Access Program Tuesday 10/16/2015
- Norman de Vall and the Access Program on KMEC
- New programming starting this week on KMEC 105.1FM LP
- Willits Bypass: Little Lake Setback 2014-09-09
- Buffalo Field Campaign 2014 Roadshow visits Ukiah
- Era of the Ninja Cop
- Sheriff Tom Allman and issues presented at Small Farmers Association meeting
- Live Music Anyone?
- New KMEC Programs to begin week of March 3rd, 2014
Things To Do
Category Archives: Social Justice
Living Well and Dying Well with Margy Henderson will be moving from Wednesdays at 1PM to Mondays at 11am – starts Monday September 22nd.
Join Norman de Vall and his guest Crispin Hollenshead on Tuesday Oct 16th at 10AM. Crispin Hollenshead is a well know local activist and oceanographer. Join them on KMEC LP 105.1 FM. Listen here Your browser does not support the … Continue reading →
Norman de Vall will be hosting the Access Program on KMEC every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 10am-11am. As Norm likes to say he addresses the local political news that know one else in the county wants to talk about. … Continue reading →
KMEC LP 105.1 FM & the Mendocino Environmental Center Presents a May Day Street Fair, Sunday May 1st 12noon-8pm. Call (707) 468-1660 for more info. Event is free and all ages.
Cindy Sheehan with Gold Star Moms for Peace will be speaking in Ukiah at the Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse Friday March 25th to discuss peace n non-partisan politics on the heels of the 8th anniversary of the Iraq War. Mendocino County … Continue reading →
KMEC Community Radio 105.1 FM and the Mendocino Environmental Center present: The 2011 Visionary Speaker Series January 29th, 2011 Matthew Fox speaks at Tribe 13 221 N. State Street, Ukiah. 6pm-9pm. $15-20 sliding scale. Author, theologian, priest and founder of … Continue reading →
Â A turning point is occuring at the MEC.Â After 2+ years of recreating structures at the Mendocino Environmental Center, with little focus on group projects, the MEC has been shifting to its old, and creating a new, role in … Continue reading →
Willits is having a 4th of July Parade in which the theme ‘Dissent is Patriotic’ has prominence.Â Why is it that Ukiah still has yet to gather together and recognize the importance of debate, dialogue and dissent?Â Do we really … Continue reading →
Congratulations to the City of Willits for their courageous act last night.Â City Government officials voted to approve the issue of Impeachment of George W. Bush and Richard Cheney… great work and a great idea.Â Now if we could only … Continue reading →
I want to thank publicly those who have been keeping up the peace vigil every Friday, and much as I’d like to name every one of them, I won’t -but I could- and so, I will just say, “THANK YOU … Continue reading →